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What to Watch on Saturday: Pit Bulls, parolees, and rattlesnakes

Woodstock: Now & Then (8pm, History) - This documentary marked last year's 40th anniversary of the three-day long musical festival that has come to symbolize the 1960s and the baby boomer generation. The retrospective recalls the event from the perspective of performers, fans, and promoters, and examines the planning and logistical problems presented.

Bee Movie (9pm, NBC) - Animated misadventures of a worker bee (voiced by Jerry Seinfeld) who alights from the hive to befriend a human (Renee Zellweger). Seinfeld co-wrote the script and was one of the producers. Other voices featured: Sting, Ray Liotta, and Larry King.

Downsized (9pm, WeTV) - The kids pitch in to produce a video for Todd to use during his job search, but creative differences soon turn the project painful. Elsewhere, Laura cancels the family's cable service and works to get her cleaning business off the ground, while Todd has to suspend his job hunt to find the missing Dylan.

Pit Bulls and Parolees (10pm, Animal Planet) - Tia (right) travels with her son to New Orleans, where a dog rescued during Hurricane Katrina is slated to be adopted. While there, Tia saves a stray during a lightning storm. Back at Villalobos, the parolees deal with an onslaught of rattlesnakes.

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